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Shaun and Tom try to survive and overcome hunger, wild animals, and bandits in Rust.
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Ok pretty stupid that you need c4 to take down a wooden shed with a metal door. The building is still made of wood. You should be able to chop the building down or burn it down. It is wood for crying out loud! ..... and then the metal door would just fall to the ground when the rest of the structure is destroyed. Seriously this should be realistic and not stupid.
Uh how about these game makers get a brain and realize they should have it where people have to belong to a certain clan of a certain size for the week and you can't kill your own? Good idea? Then maybe we will get players in these sort of games working together more. Heck have servers that are like what I just said but also give people the opportunity to play on servers where there are no boundaries too. Variety is good.
If you are going to have zombies in a game they should be threatening. It sounds like I should just stop watching this now and forget about the 57 minutes I haven't seen.
What a neat game.
Also, for anyone watching the video, you may want to stay until the very end - there is an unpleasant surprise for people that think that they have the limitations of the A.I. for wild animals and zombies figured out. XD
By the way, for anyone reading this, it would appear that the player character does appear in a birthday suit if he has nothing on. (Censored image link here. Additional commentary: "social norms" let guys go topless. :P)
P.S. Apparently, new, unsuspecting players are not aware that their player character is actually being nude when he has no body apparel on.
Rust's trivializing of loot in a game with graphics that try to resemble the real thing just shows how much the gamer's sense of disbelief is taken for granted. :P
Do you ladies sing show tunes in your off time? What's up with those stage mics?
Nice details especially with the wind ploughing through the tall grass.